University of Pittsburgh - Molecular Characterization Core
Lab Capabilities for Flexibility and Expansion
The Molecular Characterization Core in the Chevron Science Center is the culmination of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Mass Spectrometry and X-Ray Diffraction. Operating over twenty characterization processes, these previously independent facilities are combined into the $3M support suite for the Department of Chemistry.
The 5,000 SF open lab is designed for flexibility, expansion and ease of operation through the utilization of mobile casework with quick-connecting fixtures to knee-wall service plenums. A remote pump room minimizes in-lab disruption which allows students and faculty to take advantage of the lab’s open plan for group discussion.Portfolio
Core Facility, Conference, Office
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University of Pittsburgh – Graduate School of Public Health